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Reviews about National Railway Museum

Reviewed on 31 May, 2020

約克郡約克的國家鐵路博物館,離我們的酒店不遠,車程十分鐘,停車也非常方便。博物館免費参觀,我們志願參加了募捐,並且購買了宣傳冊和紀念品,總計大約50鎊。其中有我們高鐵的內容,但介紹英國鐵路及日本新幹線的篇幅大於我們的高鐵。推薦参觀一下,絕對值得。

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